Officials secure natural gas leak in South Lake Union neighborhood
Seattle Fire Department crews have now secured a natural gas leak in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood.
SFD tweeted around 10 a.m. about the potential leak near Republican Street and Westlake Avenue. The department later tweeted that it was a confirmed gas leak, and they were working with Puget Sound Energy to secure it.
The leak was secured shortly after 12:15 p.m., with all streets in the area now reopened to traffic.
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